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analysis for TOF studies, fullsim crashes [message #9183] Tue, 11 August 2009 16:44 Go to previous message
Bernhard Roth is currently offline  Bernhard Roth
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Registered: February 2009
Location: Bochum
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Hi,

I am doing TOF studies and also want to compare the results of my analysis between our BaBar-like software and PANDAroot. Therefore I'm analyzing the reaction
pbar p -> Phi Phi Pi0; Phi -> K+ K-;
all PHSP and at 2GeV beam momentum.
As background I'm considering Pi+ Pi- K+ K- Pi0
All with full simulation.
In PANDAroot I want to use the scripts from the PandaRootTutTorino09 which is tutorials/analysis/go_stt_evtgen.sh.
And I'm using the latest stable version from 10.8.2009, running on a GSI 32bit machine.
As first step I had to change run_reco_sttcombi.C:
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Then it crashes whether I run over 10 events or more at different points.
On more events it crashes in run_kalman_stt.C with the following error messages in 4-kalman.log:

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In case of running only over 10 events it finishes run_kalman_stt.C successfully, but crashes in the next step, in makeTCands_stt.C. The error message in 5-microwriter.log is here:

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Did I use the correct macro with correct input?
Can some expert help me in this context?

Cheers,
Bernhard

P.S.
To compare the results between PANDAroot and the BaBar-like software it would be great to have the same data-sets available.
For signal (ppbarsystem -> Phi Phi Pi0, see above) I have now 100k events and for background Pi+ Pi- K+ K- Pi0 10M events for the BaBar-like software available. Is there an opportunity to order such an amount of data for doing analysis with PANDAroot? (all fullsim)
 
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